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ORC 6-3-14



Police confiscate $3 million worth of Nike shoes from Kentucky home
Authorities said the shoes were supposed to have been shipped to the company’s distribution center in Texas in 2009 but never arrived. The women in possession of the shoes were selling them at a local flea market. Police are investigating after finding $3 million worth of missing shoes at a central Kentucky home. Media outlets report that officers with the Radcliff Police Department confiscated thousands of pairs of Nike shoes that were scattered in front of the home. According to a search warrant filed last week, the shoes were supposed to be shipped in 2009 from a Nike distribution center in Tennessee to another one in Texas, but never made it. The women who were in possession of the shoes said they had purchased them from someone else and didn’t know they were stolen. (Source

West Palm woman, leader of identity theft ring, given 10-year sentence
A 36-year-old West Palm Beach woman who was the the leader of an identity theft ring has been sentenced to 10 years and one month in prison, the U.S. Attorney’s Office said Monday. Prosecutors said Jennifer Robinson, 36, organized a scheme to steal the identities of patients at a medical facility in Central Florida. Those identities reportedly were then used to file fraudulent income tax returns in the patients’ names, and to fraudulently obtain credit cards. Robinson pleaded guilty to one count to commit wire fraud, 11 counts of stealing government monies, 12 counts of aggravated identity theft and one count of unauthorized access device fraud. She was sentenced 121 months in prison, to be followed by three years of supervised release. (Source

Security video being used by Police in baby formula/Red Bull shoplifting investigation in New Providence, NJ  Police are using information from store security to find two women who allegedly stole merchandise in two different shoplifting incidents on May 31. According to police, the manager of a business in the center of town reported that at about 3:20 p.m. on May 31, a woman was seen taking $175 worth of baby formula and hiding it in her pocketbook. The store provided surveillance video to the detective bureau. The manager reported a second shoplifting incident taking place at 5:32 p.m. In this instance, a woman left the store with about $350 worth of Red Bull. She was stopped by store security as she left. Store security provided information on the license plate and a surveillance video to the detective bureau. (Source

Five arrested IN Hickory, NC after attempted theft from Lowes Food
The attempted larceny of a shopping cart filled with meat and beer was foiled by a Lowes Foods employee and led to charges against five people Sunday. Officers were called to the Lowes Foods on 14th Avenue NE about 4 p.m. in reference to someone trying to steal meat and beer from the grocery store, Hickory Police Department’s Chrystal Dieter said. An employee stopped a suspect in the store, at which time the suspect left the store and got into a car waiting outside. The Lowes employee used a personal vehicle to follow the car to the RaceWay convenience store on Lenoir-Rhyne Boulevard, Dieter said. Officers met up with the suspects’ car in the area and pulled it over in the Golden Corral parking lot. There were five people in the car. (Source

UK’s Toyworld the victim of over $30,000 Lego heists in Victoria and New South Wales  Media interest in the crime spree has been building since thieves broke into Toyworld on Station Street, Seymour, on May 24 and May 26. Gaining entry by removing the front glass door, they stole a Lego stand valued at $10,000 before fleeing in a car. (Source

Convicted money launder linked to smuggling ring sentenced in New Jersey to 46 months in prison

Suspect wanted in $1,000 Nike theft in Alabama 


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